Post # 1
My mum passed away 3 years ago. For our wedding in July I have brought a candle and a poem to go somewhere, also having a photo of her and my dad on there wedding day.
but oh just informed me he thinks it’s selfish not to remember his grandparents!! Even though mine aren’t here anymore either! I don’t want too, obv il say something at the wedding speech but this is my mum, not my nanna or grandad!
am I being selfish?
Post # 3
first, I am so sorry for your loss. 🙁
I think given the significance of the mother-of-the-bride that you’re not being selfish at all by honoring her especially. He should understand how hard that has to be for you. That being said, is there any way he can incorporate his grandparents in the ceremony as well? Even if in a speech or something?
Post # 4
Also, I don’t know how you feel about this, but this might be a way for you to honor your mum as well.
Post # 5
I don’t think it’s selfish. For our wedding we are honoring my Fiance mom and my sister. We both have grandparents that have passed away but it seemed like alot to honor all of them. I talked with my mom and she said just to stick with those two. We are having their pictures set up at a table with flowers and then all my girls and me will have one orange flower in our bouquets in remembrance of my sweet sister.